Real Madrid are yet to make a significant impact in the transfer window this summer, but now this summer’s international competitions are over – Euro 2016 and Copa America 2016 – one would assume that they will splash the cash to bolster their Galacticos squad for the new campaign.
Rumours are suggesting that Los Blancos are preparing for a hectic and busy end to the summer window, and the actions of the club themselves are seemingly adding weight to these suspicions, as two names on the back of the new Madrid shirts in the club shop have been removed.
According to AS, both defender Nacho and striker Jese Rodriguez have had their shirts removed for the public to buy, and was done as little as a few days ago following the new strip release on July 14th.
This action has prompted speculation that they are to both be sold this summer to make way for new acquisitions. Nacho is reportedly set for an €11m move to Roma after being unsettled at a lack of game time at the Bernabeu, while the injury-laden Jese may be cast aside following Alvaro Morata’s return following a successful spell with Serie A champions Juventus.